the World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains get their name from the scattering of light caused by volatile oils released by eucalyptus trees into the atmosphere giving distant views a characteristic blue tinge.
Originally built as a set for the movie "The Man from Snowy River" in 1983. It was renovated in 1993 but destroyed by bushfire in 2006 and completely rebuilt in 2008.
Huon Valley, Tasmania.
Photographed in the Namib Desert the Kokerboom or Quiver Tree is so called because the native bushmen hollow out sections of the branches of this tree to use as quivers for their arrows.
At the World Heritage Listed Kronborg Castle, Helsingør, Denmark - better known as Castle Elsinore, the location of Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Low cloud on Mounts Lidgbird and Gower on Lord Howe Island, NSW
Photographed at Melbourne's Docklands.
Ruins of the Kanyaka Homestead in the mid-north of South Australia
The Wendover arm of the Grand Union Canal at New Mill near Tring. The brick building in the Background is a 19th century flour mill. Previously, there was a windmill at this site.
Dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, it is in the Perpendicular style and was built about 1450. Relatively young by English standards!
Spring time on the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal near Tring, Hertfordshire, UK. This part of the canal dates from 1815.